Favorite poker software

Tdoggy

Experienced Member
So far I enjoy Boss Media the best. I like how they have 5 on 5 man tourneys. And 10 on 10. And how you can play heads up. I don't like how I keep seeing 4 of a kind after 4 of a kind though, pretty scary :eek: Also have seen about 5 royal flushes and many straight flushes :eek: How is that possible????
 

The Watchdog

Dormant account
Its very possible

Their network is getting saturated and they might have not realized that their servers might be over populated with traffic.

So this could be affecting the Random Number Generator of an especific network.
 

nafanny29

Dormant account
Im a die-hard crypto player, I do like the software, the graphics are nice and its easy to see whats going on even when multitabling.

Now about the river card they deal there.. oh never mind:rolleyes:
 

bpb

Banned User - repeated violations of rule 1.14 (tr
PABnonaccred
PABnorogue
You're going to see 4 of a kinds, straight flushes, and royal flushes at every site. If you are convinced that these are signs of a rigged game, then I'd suggest that you don't play online poker.

Either that, or learn some probability and statistics to put your mind at ease.

People should be selecting poker sites based on security, customer support, user interface and game selection. They shouldn't be basing their decisions on

OMG I SAW 4 ok a K 3 times in 24 hands THAT NEVER HAPPENS LIVE OMG RIGGED HAXORZ! don't PLAY!
 

bpb

Banned User - repeated violations of rule 1.14 (tr
PABnonaccred
PABnorogue
The Watchdog said:
Their network is getting saturated and they might have not realized that their servers might be over populated with traffic.

So this could be affecting the Random Number Generator of an especific network.
no


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Buddy

Dormant account
Did I hear someone say True Poker?

mmmmm True Poker - not sure about that one. Your having a laugh? No!

I find most Tribecca sites ok with the added benefit that there are always players at the tables.

Personally I can't wait for 3D poker to really make a mark (and True Poker struggles here).

PKR launch next week. Definitely worth a look at even if you are not into 3D stuff. A word of warning though - you need a decent spec graphics card!

Rumour also has it that a new 3D site will be coming to the Prima network in September.

:thumbsup:
 

craig_AA

Banned User
bpb said:
People should be selecting poker sites based on security, customer support, user interface and game selection. They shouldn't be basing their decisions on

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well on the above score that rules out ALL prima sites and boss media sportsbooks that use BM like sportingodds etc etc cos youll wait days and even then you MIGHT get a reply if your question is easy if its a dodgy question you will recieve some reply thats nowt to do with what ya asked...lol...

PRIMA forever i just love 4oak every 3 hands :lolup:
 

VeryBad

Newbie member
USA player's limited, safe options

As I live in NYC it's hard. Can't play on Pokerstars and, again, I'm in NY so can't even play on Bovada (now Ignition). The Winning Network (America's Card room and others) have insane 5 hour late registration tournaments so unless you have a whole day to beat a thousand players in a 2k tourney, you can skip them. There are, however, always many cash tables and sit n goes. They have a TON of traffic 24-7 so there's that. Also they have legit million dollar tourneys but I've seen collusion at all stakes on there. They're simply too big. As with all my other gambling I use 5Dimes and their Grand Poker software. Crummy software, traffic that never gets busier than 30 or 40 players besides the weekly freerolls but that can be a factor in quick and beatable tourneys if you don't need anything but the occasional game. I've also got an account on Betonline Poker and their sister site Sportsbetting.ag. New players get a ticket to a 5k Sunday night freeroll (when I played it there were 300 entries) and there are generally a few thousand players at most times on site.
All the poker rooms I've mentioned offer bitcoin deposits and cash outs. New jersey residents have WAY more legal, safe poker options but they already know this(and you probably do too). There you go. That's my fairly well informed experience
 

kahntrutahn

Full Member
webmeister
webby
As I live in NYC it's hard. Can't play on Pokerstars and, again, I'm in NY so can't even play on Bovada (now Ignition). The Winning Network (America's Card room and others) have insane 5 hour late registration tournaments so unless you have a whole day to beat a thousand players in a 2k tourney, you can skip them. There are, however, always many cash tables and sit n goes. They have a TON of traffic 24-7 so there's that. Also they have legit million dollar tourneys but I've seen collusion at all stakes on there. They're simply too big. As with all my other gambling I use 5Dimes and their Grand Poker software. Crummy software, traffic that never gets busier than 30 or 40 players besides the weekly freerolls but that can be a factor in quick and beatable tourneys if you don't need anything but the occasional game. I've also got an account on Betonline Poker and their sister site Sportsbetting.ag. New players get a ticket to a 5k Sunday night freeroll (when I played it there were 300 entries) and there are generally a few thousand players at most times on site.
All the poker rooms I've mentioned offer bitcoin deposits and cash outs. New jersey residents have WAY more legal, safe poker options but they already know this(and you probably do too). There you go. That's my fairly well informed experience
You just responded to a thread that was over eleven years old!

By the way, you missed a few sites. Horizon Network has Intertops and Juicy Stakes. There's also SWC Poker which is good for mixed games. And another small bitcoin site with some good micro to small stakes action is Nitrogen Sports.
 

VeryBad

Newbie member
Does it really matter? If people are looking to play(and I would have to guess there are STILL people looking for poker, even 11 whole years after the original post) this is information they might find useful.
 

kahntrutahn

Full Member
webmeister
webby
It's bad forum etiquette to bump 11 year old posts. On some forums, you can be banned for doing such things. I'm not entirely sure about CasinoMeister's rule on this, but I'd tread carefully if I were you ;)
 

comprar

Newbie member
Check out Jovaro. It has a basic version and a premium version. The basic version is 100% free and show all the important stats like VPIP and AgrF.
 
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